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provides a comprehensive directory and a user-friendly searchable database of service agencies and programs for children with special needs, birth to 18 years of age. The agencies and organizations included have agreed to participate and to update their information annually. …

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Give A Chance To Disabled Kids

University students will save an average of $340 yearly. College students will save $170. Make this part of an immediate $180 million down payment toward bringing Ontario’s spending on post-secondary education up to the national average. Invest $360 million immediately to help keep community schools open, protect early Junior Kindergarten and Early Childhood Education, and adequately support special needs education. This is an important first step toward repairing the damage caused by the Harris Conservatives in cutting $1.2 billion from our schools.

Change the school funding formula so it includes vital school functions such as: the use of school facilities for such  education-related activities as school council meetings, child care and night and summer school classes; sufficient space for low-enrolment special education classes; and, dedicated rooms for physiotherapy, speech and language assistance, lifting and changing of students with disabilities, and other needs. Only the NDP has stepped forward with a clear plan to improve hospital services, cut college and university tuition fees, keep our schools open, get tough with polluters and help the homeless get their lives together again. Today’s NDP believes in an Ontario where everyone is given a chance to succeed and no one is left behind. A province where qualified young people can look forward to a college or university  education without mortgaging their futures

Special Needs School and Education

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06 Jan

Online Course on Adult Learning

This six week course is designed for instructors of adults in all fields. It focuses on the principles of adult learning and teaches the fundamental skills necessary for successful instruction, including lesson planning, instructional techniques, and assessment and evaluation strategies. After completing this …

06 Jan

Recreational Lessons

Several parents here have mentioned that their autistic spectrum children are enrolled in lessons of various kinds, swimming or karate or gymnastics come to mind. I’ve considered getting Ger involved in something like this, but I have some concerns. I …